LA’s Daniel Patrick Collabs With Adidas

LA’s Daniel Patrick Collabs With Adidas

Daniel Patrick x Adidas Campaign photo

The fashion designer Daniel Patrick teams up with Adidas for a baseball themed collection. The collection consists of a jersey, a tee, shorts, and a pair of tights. Adidas and Patrick wanted to honor the classic sport while also creating something unique.

The team said,

“We want a modern take on baseball that is elevated with cues taken from the 90’s baseball nostalgia.… Whether you play baseball or not you can still wear it. It is streetwear with a performance aspect.”

Before Daniel Patrick became interested in fashion almost a decade ago he was a rugby player. In fact, Patrick gave up an opportunity to play professionally for South France to pursue fashion. Patrick uses his past as an athlete to inspire his work now as a designer.

Patrick moved to LA in 2011 and launched his luxury streetwear brand, named after him, alongside his wife in 2012. Over the years his brand garnered a strong fanbase of athletes and celebrities. Some notable celebrities are Jimmy Butler, Justin Bieber, Josh Duhamel, Landon Barker, Terrance Mann, and Zack Lugo.

One of the ways the collaboration offers nostalgia is with a tie dye colorway. This refreshing color schemes transforms the timeless style of a baseball jersey into something you could wear any time.

The Collab

The collection’s jersey comes in black as well, with the same unique and flattering design. The jersey is also comfortable and intuitive. The material is airy mesh and features vents on the hem to keep the wearer comfortable.

The shorts also uses the same mesh fabric and gives a unique look compared to typical athletic wear. Adidas said on their website that these shorts, “Keep you comfortable whether you’re hanging out with friends or at the game, cheering for your favorite players from the stands.”

The Daniel Patrick x Adidas collection is now available for purchase on the website, with limited pieces available on Prices for this collection will range from $50-90, and it’s likely that the pieces will go quickly.

All Images Provided Via: Michele Marie PR

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